Teen suicide-risk and protective factors

Teen suicide-risk and protective factors

“Temperament, family and community all have a role” according to Dr. Nadine Kaslow. In her article, Dr. Kaslow explores the risk and protective factors of teen suicide. Risk factors are things that increase the likelihood that a child will engage in suicidal behavior and the protective factors are things that reduce the risk. Risk factors: A recent or serious loss....[ read more ]

Talking to children about mass shootings

A colleague wrote this article today about talking with your children about mass shootings. Never a topic any parent wanted to have to discuss but we can’t afford not to. Our children need to be heard, and to feel understood.   The post Talking to children about mass shootings appeared first on Mountain View Therapy.